Research Project on the emotional impact of infertility and its treatment
It is known that infertility and its treatment can be stressors which strain but also strengthen couples’ relationships. Partners under this stress typically lose their ability to discuss their difficulties and more likely to feel sadness, grief, and hopelessness. Some people dealing with fertility related problems feel alone and bad about themselves.
We are conducting this research in order to understand your experiences better and contribute to the development of helpful fertility related psychological support programs. We seek to replace your despair with hope and isolation with meaningful engagement in loving relationships and valued living.
We invite individuals and couples to share their experiences by completing an online survey.
Please access the survey using the following link: https://www.psychdata.com/s.asp?SID=167038
Your privacy and confidentiality are assured.
The aim of this research is to investigate the role of acceptance and mindfulness in relation to couples’ coping and adjustment within the context of infertility. Both partners are invited to participate. In instances where both partners cannot contribute, individual partner participation is also encouraged.
Currently we received positive feedback and gathered information from 112 participants living in Australia, New Zealand, USA, Canada, UK, Wales, Italy, Ireland, Denmark, Switzerland, Romania, Lebanon, Pakistan, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, Mexico, Indonesia, Solomon Islands, Trinidad, and Jamaica. We hope to obtain 125 completed questionnaires, as this is the minimum number of responses that is necessary to answer our research question.
If you have any questions regarding this research, please don’t hesitate to contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org
As a “Thank you” and reimbursement for your time, upon completion of the survey, you can enter into a draw to win a gift card valued at $100US.
Thank you very much for your time and interest in this research.
Provisional Psychologist, MAPS
BPsych (Hons), MPsych (Clinical) Candidate
Bond University Psychology Clinic
School of Psychology
Faculty of Society & Design
Bond University | Gold Coast, Queensland, 4229, Australia